One thing I would check first: The fuel filter could be partially blocked and you could have sediment that gets stirred up when you start the engine further blocking the filter. After it sets for a while enough of the sediment could move out of the way to allow a small amount of fuel to get past. If that isn't the case, check to see if there is any spark after the engine starts and then fails to start again. Pull one of the sparkplug wires and connect it to a spare sparkplug. Set the sparkplug on a part of the engine that is solid metal and is well grounded. It doesn't even need to be a sparkplug that fits the car. Have a friend attempt to start the engine and watch the sparkplug for signs of a good hot spark. If the engine won't run and you have no spark, you probably have a bad component or connection. Sometimes they can be difficult to diagnose. Get back to me if you can't find out what's wrong and I'll see if I can help you figure out what to check next. firstname.lastname@example.org It is also possible that you might have vacuum leak at the gasket between the intake manifold and the throttle body or between the intake manifold and the engine
Reverse switch defective or loose. Located somewhere on the shifter. Check your fuses.
Timing a 1995 Eagle Talon is not difficult and should take about an hour to complete. Heres what you need to do:
Once youve completed these steps you should have successfully timed your 1995 Eagle Talon.
Well it depends on whether or not you have a turbo or not as these are two different engines. On the non-turbo model there is small marks on the cam sprockets that need to be as close to each other as possible, on the bottom of the engine there is a small triangle shaped mark that you need to line the crank up with. Get all of these in line where they should be and your in buisness. But if you aren't extremely careful you will screw up the timing and destroy your valves.
in this case i had the same promblem on day i parked car then went to start it would not start i chaded the coil pack no luck chaded the fule filter no luck i cahged the ecm and is stared rigth up then now is want to die on me sometimes when driving if i where u chage the fuel pump and check all relays
i just changed one on a 91 talon tsi 2.0 turbo awd today. i can answer that if it will help.
if you have the valve cover already off all you have to do is make sure your old one is completely off then put your new one on there the same way you took the old one off it can only go on one way and fit then put valve cover back one hook everything back up and your ready to go its a very easy job
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It could DEFINITELY cause it, I am not saying that you can not modify your engine, Just keep in mind that an engine is an air pump, and The piston comes up to top dead center, (NOTICE THE USE OF THE WORD,DEAD) when the piston is down it has about as much volume as A drinking glass in the cylinder, When it is up, it has about as much as you would have in your mouth, NOT CAN HOLD, WOULD HAVE IN YOUR MOUTH WHEN DRINKING WATER,The TURBO CHARGER compresses the air BEFORE the engine gets it, So what would normally be equal to A GLASS of FUEL/AIR MIXTURE, Is now equal to A 2 liter bottle, When you "ADJUST" the pop off, Or really tighten it up, You do not let the EXCESS air escape before it hurts your engine, You definitely need to "READJUST" the pop off, at least A littly, KEEP IN MIND, you may have already broken rings, or piston, or bent rods, or blown headgasket, For your sake I hope not,REALLY GOOD LUCK, Jamison
No, it is not standdard
this requires a ECU piggyback. SAFC's by apxi work great! you need this if you run over stock boost. turbo size is not the issue. although you may have a bit of turbo lag. also need is a boost controller either manual or computerized. but yes 4g63 motors run 40mm turbos all day long... have fun!
If the valves are ticking they are likely damaged.
If what you hear is lifter tap, then it is due to poor design from the factory or you need an oil change. Lifters from a 3g Eclipse (00+) fix this problem.
"Yes. its a maf sensor (mass air flow sensor) and it will not let it start it will mostly just crank n crank over or start for a min with spiradic idling n shut off"
Actually, there is such thing as a MAP sensor (manifold absolute pressure) but in some vehicles (especially Chrysler-Daimler) i believe, it can make the vehicle not start.
the fuse panel on the driver side, there is a fuse in the top left coner for that its a 10 amp check that, if its not that then it could be the headlight button
Yes, although the cost may be prohibitive - the transmissions are on opposite sides for the two engines, so additional parts and labor would be required. Cheaper alternatives for the pursuit of power would be either turbocharging the 420A or simply buying a used GS-T or GSX, although the price of a used GS-T/GSX hovers around the cost of the turbo kit (before labor).
No the Eagle Talon is not fluid in state. As a whole, it is typically considered a solid.
the 6 bolt came in the 90 to 92 2.0 talon. the 7 bolt came in the 93 to 94 2.0 talon and the 95 to 99 2.0 turbo talon. the 6 bolt is better.
Just an addon the 92 also can have a 7 bolt motor. If it was manufactured before April of 1992 then it is a 6 bolt anything after that date it will be a 7 bolt. I have had two 1992 stock talons and both have had 7 bolts in them.
I was able to get it mine upto 130 mph (stock), might go faster didn't have enough room to push it
yes you can, this is known as "tandoming" it isn't worth it tho'. I build these engines all of the time and the engines perform better with one larger turbo. i have tried this with over 7 diffrent sized turbos and the amount of money and time isn't worth it.
Hes right about it running stronger and more powerful but don't forget that powers nothing if you get to much turbo lag with a big turbo. It isn't cheap but if you wanted to run a inline twin turbo set up then do your research on a sequential application. What this is, is a smaller turbo feeding a larger turbo, the small turbo spools real quick forcing stronger air into the larger turbo allowing it to spool quicker. Not to mention that youll start to spool at like 2000 rpm or even less. (not cheap!!)